The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1961 · Page 13
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MissHilbert St. Joe Church Catherine' Hitter t, dftitpMK o? Mi?, and Mfs.'fffaftk J. tmfie,rt LuVertta betfsftie thd, 'Bride 'of Jerry Kflsetfeh son of Mi% fe«r Mrs. Louis Krisfehel, Havelook in, a dduble firig eer'emtfnv ftet-. formed by Father Leo C Schu> ni.acher' in St. Joseph's Catholi< church' J6ly 8 at &:30 a.hi. 1 The 1 " bride's attendants wer' Linda Krischel, maid of honoi and Connie'Krisdhcl, b.fidesmpid The bridegroom's attendant: were Gordon Hilbert, best mar •and James'Hilbert, groomsman, Ushers were Jack Pierick amV Robert Hilbert. ^.,,.., ... Tlie bride / was attired in 4 gown of 'candlelight 'silk'-or'gkh-' za and.'Charitiliy rosepoint .lace. over- foundations of nylon nei and satin; A Ghantilly. lace, bodice over organza featured -A basque design and 'th^ Sabrirta neckline of lace scalld^S uras-or- namented with pearls' and se-^ quins. The short 'lace 'sleeves were' scalloped- at the edges/ The skirt' featured ,a wide .butterfly- bow-, at the .back of ..the .waist line. Her ,yeil..o£. imported- Erjg- lish .bridal illusion was ^tjoWr length and 'attached to B princess.^ crown of pearls and rhine stones. •••--•-• A. dinner and reception were held'.following the ceremony foi 140 guests at; the Plantation Ballroom, Whitemore. Mary Kay Shankey and Corrine Johnson were in charge^of the guest book. Mrs. George Stanley and Mrs. Harold Vining cut. the cake. Betty Lynch, Rose Marie George, Joann Parris, Mary Kay Downing and LaVonne Catrell opened gifts. . ' The bride is a graduate of St. Joseph's high school, Bode,, and St. Joseph's School of Nursing , Sioux City. She has been em- • ployed as a registered nurse at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. The bridegroom is a graduate oi Havelock high school. Following a wedding trip tc Washington, D. C., the couple will be at,home on a farm neai Mallard. Lake tan Accepts Electronics Job Virgil Wirtjes has accepted a position as electronics. technician .in the Polaris Missile-.;..Digital. ''Computer-'"Division 'at-' Cbritro} . Data in Minneapolis. ' Pie prepared in industrial electronics at Brown institute in Minneapolis. Wirtjes is a 1943 graduate of • Lakota high school. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. William Wirt jes of rural Lakota. 4«H Square Dance •JPieluted above cte the kossuth eouriiy. 4'-H officers Who Were prep'aring for a square dance they sponsored at the Algona football ueld Friday'evening, JUiyM4, at 8 p.rrt, Officers ai'ei'^eft tb right, Kathleen,'Bderi, Titonkaj LeOtfl Voss, LuVefnte; Rosemary Gjsch, Audrey Gardner arid Tom Henry, Algohaj Duane Metzge'r and Art Mogler. Wtiittenuri. (UDM Ertgravihg) i • > - ' '. , Visit .with his'father, -I. -F. fitt' gesser'and sisters. - JohnHatten Wed, Bancroft Bancroft — In a double ring ceVemony performed by Msgr. Schultes, Joann Lensing became the bride of John Hatten in St. John's Catholic church at 9:30 July 12. .-Parents "of the, couple are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lensing arid Mrs.; Gertrude Hatteh,' Bancroft. Attending the . couple wefe Caroline Lensing," sister of tlic bride, and Harold Hattep, brother of the groom. . Both the bride and groom are graduates of St. John's higl school and are : employed in Algona. After a brief honeymoon they Will be : at hbm£ -in" Ban croft. Patients at' Holy Family ho;, pital .this week, are Mrs, Joseph Kemna, Heru-y ' Menke, Cyri' Deitering, MrS. Henry Zeimet and Mrs. Geo. "Wolf, all medical patients. ''• ; Roy McGuire topk his aunt Portland f»!r": EarrpW:;*of;i •'jja*> v , lKlM *. i City 'and- re'mained witi jyirs.' Farrow whose husband if a patient of Park' hospital. Jane Wolf R. N. at Veterans hospital, Omaha, spent the weeli end with her parents, the Gene Wolfs.' ' ' ' 'Mr. and Mrs. Tom Engessei of Washington state came for £. Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper Mr. arid ivtrs.,; CUrferice ingham of Elmore,' ., Mrs. . PearJ Daniels ,of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Phelps and family were Fourth of July, guests in the Bernard and Chas. Phelps home. Mr. and Mrs. William Speicher and Mrs. Harvey Graham were Thursday evening visitors in the Phelps home.. Mrs. Victor • Fitch and 'Mrs, Rosa Hansen, visited 'in the Govern and 1 ,' Clyd,e Moore homes Thursday evening. ' Tom. Reid of Letts and his fiancee, lona Kemper of Muscatine, came Friday night to spend the weekend with Mr. Reid's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mfs\ Stanley . .. { Mr. 'and Mrs, Frank Seckci and family were guests in thu Ra£ McWhorter' hbme Fourth of July. Friday m the Ray' McWhortor were- Mrs. Gene H°ft u3 i May Gfeaord and Mrs. Ed ssin 'lief, alt of Allison. Mr", and Mrs. Bernard Meistei and family attended the Fourtl bf" July celebration at Blvu- Earth and &lsb visited som^ friends there, Mr. and Mrs, Geo Dodovart and family. Mr.. and Mrs, John Carlsbi; fthd family 6f Algona and Cars; Carlson' of Fort- Dodge wer( Sunday visitors in the Axe Carlson home. Mary Carlson i? home after a week's visit 'at Denver, Holo. and Fort Dodge.; Mr. and 'irs. fidmunct Ma^9 n ! Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ortmari and family and Mr. and Mr> Clarence Christensen went t< Silver Lake where they had -e picnic dinner and fished thf. Fourth of July. v : Mr. and Mrs. Mike ,Arend'o( Algona, Mr, and Mrs. Carl Pet T terson of Effie, Minn, and 'Mr and Mrs. Clarence Christenseri were Thursday callers at the Edmund Larsen home. Mr. -Petter.- son is a eo'tsln of Edmund Larsen. The Pettersoris were on their Way to Mexico. ' • ( Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister ar\d family Went to Carroll Sunday Where .they.visited Ber•nard's father, William Meister, Sty in St. Anthony's hospital. He had major surgery four weekfi ago and hopes to get to go home, some time this week. \ Norma Harms, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms, fell from a horse last week and broke a bone in her ankle 1 . She will be in a dast for six .Weeks'. Mr. and Mrs. James Harn.s afid family of Fort Dodge were Fourth of July guests in thf Jess Harms home. Callers last week in the -Jesse Harms home were Mr. and Mr.i Henry Van Hove and Bobby, Ml. and Mrs. John Harms and Ar> dith. of Riceville, Mrs. Margaret Harms and boys of Tilonka, Mr 1 , and Mrs. John Miller and family, and Mr. and Mrs, Rhlplp Harms and ' Mavis of Titonkd PLANTATION BALLROOM Whlttemore, Iowa SUNDAY, JULY 23 GUY DE LEO SUNDAY, JULY 30 HENRY CHARLES No Advance, Booth Reservations boors Ope.n at 8:30 Mavis will spend a week visiting • Norma Harms. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Yount s*pent Sunday 'afternoon visiting Mr. arid Mrs. Fern Drone al Whitlemore. ; Mrs'. Victor Fitch and Mrs, Rosd Hnnsen visited in the Ray Fitch home Thursday aftornoori and ih the Paul Krueger home* Sunday evening. Thursday, Juty Alfl0.tif (l«4 \ The Edmund Larsdns and the Harvey Larsons fished 'and enjoyed a picnic' suppeh at Silve? Lake Sunday eve'hlng. Mr, and Mrs. Emmet Paelz oi Burl were Thursday evening visitors, in the Clifford Young home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer 'Erlcksdn DR. D. D. ARNOLD Chiropractor Above Penney's Office CY 4-3373 Home CY 4-4836 ALGONA. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain New T.rk, N. T. (Sp«l.l) - for th« Arat time actence has found • n«w Healing »uSstance with th« astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, atop Itching, and teller* . pain -- without surgery. In east after ease, while rentlr relieving pain, actual reduction ' <ihrlnkage) took place. Moit amazing at all—ruulU >o thorough that infferers made •ntonlahlng statement* Ilk* "Fllee have eeaaed to be a problem! * The s.ecret Is a new healing unbalance (Blo-Dyne«)—discovery of a world-famous research Institute. This substance la now available In, tftppptitorv or ointment form under the name Pnparatiou U4, At all drug counUnu of- Roditiart- and Mfs. Hugh Williams were Sunday visitors in the hom< "of "Mrs. llizdDCth Kennedy and flchart brother*. "Life \s ttagic I* hiitt whui has plenty to live on and nothing £o live for". ' ' ' - . ^ CEILING TILE v You don'i hate io b« a Handy- Andy to do a potttcl Sob Of installing aeouillcal ill* on an old or new ceiling. We'll ieli you tit easy way and we'll gei you liaried right, for quieineM and beauty, there's nothing like an acoustical celling. Come in loon and tee the many new designs for every room In your home. Use out budget plan. BRONSON BLD'G. SERVICE N. Hwy. 18 Algeria FBI., JULY 21st MID-WEST CARAVAN SAT,, JULY 22nd ..- TED WEEMS and His Orch. iait.' Afternoon' arid aurii ,P»Wt. 130 EACH DAY . ' MISS IOWA TALENT DISPLAY Sun. Nile — 8 P.M.. July 23rd MISS IOWA CORONATION BALL JULES HERMAN Tues., July 25th — 8 to 11 BOBBY VEE VHE SHADOWS HOPING AM A growing savings and loan business help? make your community a better place in which to live, work and raise a family. Your savings and those of your neighbors . . . wl»i?h now t$M ?6Q bilUQn in Jnsu^pd Savings and Loan Associations . . . provide money to builcl hom.es in your community. This, in twin, creates jobs fov cpns,tru,ction workers, income for suppliers of materials, orders, for factories, reve»u§ 191- retail stores end pther local businesses, • Ther§ is scarcely a person who does not benefit, directly or indirectly, from your savings. So the money you place in your Jn$ure4 Savings and INSURED Home Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n, Slnct 1917 IOWA .0 N INSMRIP SAVINGS HEATING IS MORE ECONOMICAI THAN YOU THINK NO WONDER PORKY, the PIGGY BANK, SMILES! He's as happy as you are at the way Flameless Electric Heating in your modern Gold Medallion Home fits into your monthly family budget. Reasonable cost is a prime consideration as you consider any heating system for your new _ _______ home. All-Electric Living rates and reduced maintenance combine to adjust Electric Heating to your budget. And these new low rates, along with low-cost installation, make the cost of Electric Heat less than you think. Yes! You get tremendous value for your Elec* i trie Heating dollar! When you reckon in the time, the work and usable ' space you save, you're really saving, Remember how fast Electric Heat ^ is ... as fast as the flick of your electric light. And you warm individual '; rooms as you want them. Every way you look at it , . , Electric Heat JS saves your time, your effort, your raoneyl , . , •*, f "*»'"" "^ a TM EkSrb Uom IOWA ElECTRIC MGJHTSPOWEB

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